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a super sized idaho potato. the giant spud measured about 16 feet in length. pope francis presided over new year's mass. he offered words of strength, courage, and hope as the world begins a new year. the world doing it a bunch of different ways. it's a bitter cold start and the northern plains and upper midwest, they are well below zero and barely above elsewhere. snow is falling in the central third of the country headed for
. >>> welcome. you knew from the start that pope francis was going to be different. the first pope in history to take the name of the patron saint of the poor, he speaks differently, in a voice we're not used to hearing, criticizing the "widening gap between those who have more and those who must be content with the crumbs." in his recent "apostolic exhortation" on "the economy of exclusion and inequality," he said quote, "the worship of the ancient golden calf has returned in a new and ruthless guise in the idolatry of money and the dictatorship of an impersonal economy lacking a truly human purpose. the worldwide crisis affecting finance and the economy," he said, "lays bare their imbalances and, above all, their lack of real concern for human beings." what he does is different, too. inviting the homeless to share his food, washing the feet of prisoners, and telephoning words of encouragement to those in need. remember his trip to sardinia? that mediterranean island of opulent homes for rich jetsetters is staggering under the number of everyday people who are unemployed -- including about 5
's square. since then pope francis captured the world with's attention. his very public displays of humility, kindness and his outreach to the poor and disillusioned convincing millions to take a fresh look at the catholic church. it earned pope francis time magazine's person of the t year. lauren green has the report. >> reporter: cardinal jorge bergolio emerged as pope francis the new leader of the world's 1.2 billion catholics. it followed the shocking resignation of pope benedict xvi. from the start francis showed his would be a different pontiff t cat. more humble, less judgmental. he lives in spartan dwellings and at easter included women in the washing of feet. >> his message is so simple. it gets back to the core of the catholic church. jesus and his gospel. >> reporter: his popularity reached a fever pitch in rio causing a security nightmare as he waded into the crowds. >> the pope is continuing to bang the drum about inequality and how the advanced world has to help the developing world and the poverty, hunger and homelessness on absolute scan call. >> reporter: on the trip, franci
-air superbowl in new jersey? terreln wi an update on the latest plans. pope francis on the line. mark phillips tells us about the order of nuns that got a voice mail from the pope. and lights, camera, action. carter evans on the stunning videos that give new meaning to "sunset boulevard." captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. it's called "the polar vortex". which is the scientific term meteorologists use to explain the historic cold gripping a large section of the midwest right now. the rest of us just say it's stunningly cold. the polar vortex is a counterclockwise rotation of dense arctic air that's built up over the north pole. and is then pushed south by the upper jetstream. it is producing wind chills that tomorrow night could have some sections of that region feeling like 60 below zero according to the national weather service. wisconsin will see its coldest weather in 18 years. in des moines, iowa, they have closed an ice skating rink because it was too cold. and in minnesota they've already canceled school statewide for m
in office moving the way for new pope francis. the first latin american leader of the church. the market plunged and then soared at the end of the year when the the fed announced a taper. many made headlines in 2013. could you have predicted any of it? let's take a quick look back at a year about to end. >> obama: you and i as citizens have the power to set this country's course. you and i as citizens have the obligation to shape the debates of our time. [ cheering ] >> the taliban shot me on the left side of my forehead. they thought the bullet would sal lensilence us, but they fai. [ explosion ] >> the tornado will find the path of least resistence. there is the low ground. there is the water treatment plant on the southeast side. still headed west. let me zoom in here. >> obama: the same progress that gives us the technology to strike a half world away also demands the discipline to constrain that power or risk abusing it. we have worked vigorously that establishes our force against terrorism. clear guidelines, oversight and accountability that is now c codified that i signed yesterda
chose the name francis in honor of saint francis of a cc -- st. francis of asisi. his devotion has inspired in november, filipinos asked a world for help. one of the largest typhoons on the record struck her country, destroying everything in its path. it was one of the worst natural disasters in recent memory. 5 million people lost their homes. 10,000 people died on one island alone. the global community rose to the challenge. by christmas, most people hit by the storm had a new roof over their heads. some managed to improvise a little christmas cheer. in august, video of a chemical weapons attack shocked the world -- a nerve gas attack on a suburb of damascus killed dozens of innocent civilians. friends and relatives data to identify their loved ones. the attack rallied international support or a chemical weapons ban in syria. bashar al-assad's government caved in to government pressure. they agreed to surrender a weapons stockpile. nelson mandela died on december the -- december 5. in 1994, he became south africa's first democrat tickly elected president. nelson mandela is credit
the government's way of doing economic and all attacks. >> now to rome, where pope francis has celebrated a new year's mass in st. peter's basilica in vatican city. >> for the catholic church, january 1 is dedicated to promoting world peace. in his homily, the pope said there was a hunger and search for justice, peace and god. he has called for a poor church that cares. that agenda has captured many people's imagination grade believers and nonbelievers alike. since he took over last march, francis has made it clear he intends to change the catholic church, perhaps quite profoundly. >> to do so, he has appointed eight cardinals to develop a set of reforms. our next report on the faces of the new year, you will meet one of those men, the archbishop of munich in southern germany. >> the cardinal is deeply concerned about the fate of refugees around the world. and the german catholic church has called for germany to take in more people fleeing the war in syria. here, in an unused church building, they're turning it into a hostel for young refugees. >> you cannot spread the gospel by teaching catech
's monte francis has more. >> reporter: well, chris, good evening, the girl's family is not making any public comment but we understand she is home safe and sound after spending several hours in the hospital under observation. her safe return happened because there was a very observeant good samaritan who had the presence of mind to see what was going on. michelle birch was parked next to a toyota that met the description of the vehicle that matched the description of the amber alert. >> i kept looking at the car, i said somebody was in the back seat of the car. >> reporter: uncertain about approaching the vehicle herself, burke started to honk her horn to get the attention of the passing police officer. >> going to knock on his window, thank god i didn't. >> reporter: officers arrived and arrested the driver, 43-year-old david allen douglas, police say the girl appeared to be unharmed. but because it is unknown if she was sexually abused, we have decided not to use her name or photo. earlier in the evening the girl and her mother were unloaded groceries in the car, when police say a m
to russia walking around with knives dangling from the waistband. charles francis adams in london. the grandson of john adams was lincoln's minister in lon dpon. you had an amazing cast of characters then you have lincoln who is always interesting. i think it's an aspect of his presidency under covered. you're watching booktv on c-span2. really honored and delighted to be here at the bush library. happy to be among you, but truth be told. i'm happy to be anywhere where juan williams can't interrupt me. [laughter] [applause] [laughter] i'll be sure to tell him how you feel. [laughter] i want to begin by saying how much i appreciate, mr. president, what you did for the nation at the moment of maximum danger. how you were clear-eyed, courageous in rallying the nation against a new barbarism. you were never afraid to use that word and idea. managing to recognize islam as a great religion while at the same time seeing no contradiction in denouncing opposing and rallying the nation to fight the perverted branch of islam which attacked us on 9/11. i wrote at the time, and i believe to th
, pope francis is making headlines with the warning about future priests. here's abc's alex marquardt now. >> reporter: in the ten months since he was elected, pope francis has made a name for himself by saying exactly what he thinks. we now learn that the pope reportedly warned that youngpieces must be trained properly, otherwise we are creating little monsters, and then these little monsters mold the people of god. the pope's frankness has driven his favorability to a sky-high 92% with american catholic s. he has blasted the gap between rich and poor, and said -- you cannot serve the idol money and the living god at the same time. he recently called unfettered capitalism, "a new tyranny" riling many. this week, cardinal tim dolan of new york had to defend the pope the billionaire founder of home depot, ken langone, said they were unsettling comments. "you want to be careful about generalities," he said to dolan. "rich people in one country don't act the same as rich people in another country." >> the pope loves poor people, he loves rich people, he loves people. >> reporter: dolan also
in the morning with george. martha, thank you. >>> next to the vatican, pope francis is making headlines with the warning about future priests. here's abc's alex marquardt now. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> reporter: in the ten months since he was elected, pope francis has made a name for himself by saying exactly what he thinks. we now learn that the pope reportedly warned that young priests must be trained properly, otherwise we are creating little monsters, and then these little monsters mold the people of god. the pope's frankness has driven his favorability rating to a sky high 92% among american catholics. he has blasted the gap between rich and poor, and said, "you cannot serve the idol of money and the living god at the same time." he recently called unfettered capitalism, "a new tyranny" riling many. this week, cardinal tim dolan of new york had to defend the pope. the billionaire co-founder of home depot, ken langone, told cnbc that the pope's comments were unsettling. "you want to be careful about generalities," he said to dolan. "rich people in one country don't act the
and francis perkins who led the charge. it was fiorella la guardia, enacted the bill on the city level, battled wall street and championed a progressive income pack. it was new yorkers who challenged the status quo. who blaze aid trail of progressive reform and political action. who took on the elite. who stood up to say that social and economic justice will start here and will start now. let me be clear. when i said i would take dead aim at the tale of two of cities. i meant it. and we will do it. >> joining me now are msnbc senior political analyst, david axelrod, and former vermont governor, howard dean, former head of the democratic national committee. governor dean attended de blasio's inauguration. governor dean, i will start with you. fascinating to hear litany of new york figures, liberal figures, storied liberals from the progressive movement. francis perkins, al smith, fdr. i recall you back in the day, coming from the democratic wing of the democratic party had some trouble convincing democrats that it was good politics to go back to that era, to be the kind of democrats tha
francis delivers his first new year's message after a year of big change for the catholic church. welcome to "around the world." i'm suzanne malveaux. happy new year to all of you. new york city's new mayor taking the ceremonial oath of office bringing it to you live. the inauguration set to start on the steps of city hall any minute now. live pictures there. he is the first democrat to be elected mayor of the nation's largest city in two decades. former president bill clinton is actually going to administer the oath of office. our susan candiotti and john avlon, political analyst, joining us from new york. it is a big day for a lot of folks. a lot of folks are watching this for a number of reasons. he took the official oath just after midnight. it was interesting to watch this right outside his brooklyn home. susan, the pictures last night when you see it, it really paints the picture here of minutes after midnight just outside the park slope brooklyn home there with his wife by his side, his son dante is in jeans, daughter chiara in her festive party hat it says folksy and informal. how
with certainty that pope francis opposes that form of tyranny as much as the polish pope john paul did. nevertheless the democratic party is getting ready to launch a huge social justice campaign to try to keep power in the u.s.a. the far left nation magazine recently published an article a guy named robert shearer who is about as left as they come. shearer writes quote there can be no doubt that a quality equality christian doctrine. every infant has the soul as significant as any other. that we all be judged by how well we respect the sanctity of the lives of those born into the most forlorn of circumstance. the key words in that equality of opportunity and that a noble goal that every american should support. a noble goal that will never be reality that's because the human condition dictates that some people will not do what is necessary to succeed in this world. that is work hard, be honest, stay sober, and get educated. some people will not do that. and so their children will suffer deprivation. no matter how much money the government hands out when he said the poor, we will alway
in a moment. but first, we go to monty francis where the family's uncle and attorney talked about what's next. >> that news conference wrapped up 5 minutes ago. the family's uncle spoke and they confirmed this transfer happened just before 8:00 tonight. they would not disclose the location of the transfer but said within 12 hours she should be, quote, situated and have her needs met. we asked if she was headed to a rehab facility in new york but they would not confirm that. they said jahi was not given a trach or a feeding tube but she will be taken to a facility where that will be performed and then she will go to the long-term facility. they will not reveal the facility because the family and the attorney received threats of violence and death threats when jahi was declared brain dead and they don't want people to know where she was taken. here's what the family's uncle and attorney had to say just a short time ago. >> we're very grateful, very proud. we want to thank everyone that supported us and prayed for us. everyone that helped donate to make this possible. without you guys, none of t
-14 will be the year spain's recovery takes hold. if tourism to vatican city is any indication, pope francis is one popular pope. in the last nine and a half months, the number of tourists visiting vatican city topped six million, triple the number of visitors for all of 20-12.pope francis, from argentina, is the first pope from the americas.named time's man of the year in 20- 13, pope francis has spoken openly about income inequality, capitalism and homosexuality.tourism accounts for a little more than 10% of italy's g-d-p. demand for beef is dropping ...and beefing up cattle prices. the us-da is expecting beef output for 2014 to be the lowest since 1993. meanwhile, cattle prices are on the rise, and top beef processors will pay record amounts per pound for cash cattle in all of the major feeding regions. in chicago, prices for live cattle for february delivery reached a record dollar-36 a pound on friday. scott shellady of trean says bitter cold weather in parts of the u.s. is having a major impact on prices in the short term. but eventually, high prices will curb the clamor for beef. "it's a de
's images to remember. >>> great image of pope francis. there were so many of them with the young boy grabbing his leg and stealing the show. this year's images to remember. and coming up here from one religious man to another, looking at the life and legacy >>> i'd like to semi-retire, take it a little bit easy, but i believe i've seen enough lives changed that i'm going to continue preaching the gospel as long as i can. >> that was legendary christian leader billy graham back in 1979. after a lifetime of preaching the gospel to millions worldwide and serving as pastor to the white house, reverend graham is now fighting for his life at the age of 95. our own correspondent harry smith talks to franklin graham about his father's unwavering faith, his life and his legacy. >> just last month, billy graham delivered what might well be his last sermon. >> he said, i want to preach one more time. he said that to me several times. >> reporter: no longer capable of standing at a pulpit, franklin graham told us his father's message was recorded this past summer, ask the find " "the cross" was
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pope francis, washington listens. >>> and basketball party. dennis rodman heads back to north korea to help kim jong-un celebrate his birthday. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> president obama now back here in washington determined to hit the reset button and make 2014 the political success 2013 was not. but are republicans in congress on board? the first test possibly only minutes away. a key vote on extending long-term unemployment benefits and the outcome could be raiser close. let's bring in our white house correspondent brianna keilar over at the white house with all the latest information. what's going on? >> reporter: wolf, democrats need five republicans to join them for this to pass, and they seem unsure if they have that. though republicans seem to be indicating to cnn that they will be able to provide those votes. either way, it's going to be very close in what is a key test vote to begin debate on extending these long-term unemployment benefits. it's also for president obama the opening sal vo in his sixth year in the white house. it's back from vaca
holy father, pope francis, we do not want people we're serving throughout the united states to suffer because in some fashion we have to restrict our levels of service. so we will continue to go forward and actually we're optimistic that we will be vinld indicated in our efforts for what i would call reasonable and robust religious -- >> we will see this as something that will change the next couple days and we will stay on this story. archbishop joseph kurtz, we appreciate it. >> thanks, dana. >>> the actor that played ung he will phil in fresh prince. we will talk about the man that played the butler jeffrey. >>> and colorado's historic day. we go live to a pot shot on a day you can legally buy recreational pot. female announcer: female announcer: get beautyrest, posturepedic, even tempur-pedic mattress sets, at low clearance prices. save even more on floor samples, demonstrators and closeout inventory. the year end clearance sale is on now at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> prohibition is over, the sentiment for many in colorado today as recreational
:30 this evening. now, to the vatican where pope francis is making headlines tonight with a warning abut future priests. here is the abc news reporter. >> reporter: in the ten months since he was elected. pope francis made a name for himself by saying exactly what he thinks. we now learn that the pope reportedly warned, that young priests must be trained properly. otherwise, we are creating little monsters. and then these little monsters mold the people of god. the pope's frankness helped drive his favor built fee raiding to a sky high 92% amuon catholics. he blasted the gap between rich and poor. he said you cannot serve the idle of money and living god at the same too. . he called unfettered capitalism, a tyranny, riling many. this week, cardinal tim dolan. now new york had to defend the pope. the billionaire co-founder of home depot told cnbc, pope francis' comments were unsettling. you want to be careful about jen aeljen -- generalities. rich people in one country don't act the same as rich people in another country. >> the pope loves poor people and rich people he loves people. >> dolan sa
over pope francis, even though he is saying exactly what benedict and john paul ii had to say. but he is saying it in a different way and it has unnerved a lot of people. i think anyone who studies that man, francis, will see the genuine person of christ revealed quite elegantly. just as they did in the suffering of john paul ii. the intellect of god is in benedict. i like to say, john paul ii rebuilt the house, benedict decorated it, and francis is opening it up and asking everyone to come in. francis is really quite a remarkable individual. >> how do you become an evangelical roman catholic presbyterian? >> that is what i call. you were born a catholic and you have a devout -- to have a real encounter with god, you go to catholic school and harvard. the bishop start sending you letters. i did a very human thing. i got angry with the bishops when they would send us letters on nuclear weapons and economics that made no sense at all. they were signed by a fellow named bishop walsh. bishop walsh was a wonderful man who could not play bingo without being told how to spell go. he was a gr
. >> and the emergence of a somewhat unconventional leader of the catholic church is your top story of 2013. pope francis became the 266th pontiff. the first latin american to take the title. his remarks on homosexuals and his repeated acts of compassion, including his embrace of a severely disfigured man have made headlines around the world. he was also named "time" magazine's person of the year. >> i think pope francis absolutely deserved to be at the top of the list, man of the year, person of the year, top story of the year. the pope historically is always a big player on the world stage, but this pope seems to thrive on the very human messages of compassion and caring and for the poor and the suffering. how much does that resonate with catholics and non-catholics? it seems like this is something that would work for everybody, obviously. >> yeah, jim. i mean, pope francis is called the people's pope for a reason. extremely popular and wem liked. not just among catholics. a recent cnn poll released this month found nearly three in four americans have a favorable view of pope francis. a high approval r
about pope francis being named the best dressed man by 2013 by "esquire" magazine. welcome back. how is everything? there's nothing like being your own boss! and my customers are really liking your flat rate shipping. fedex one rate. really makes my life easier. maybe a promotion is in order. good news. i got a new title. and a raise? management couldn't make that happen. [ male announcer ] introducing fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. [ male announcer ] introducing fedex one rate. z making news around the world right now. for the first time since the start of the irian conflict, lebanon's military fired on syrian warplanes. a security officials tells cnn that the shots were intended as a warning to the syrian air force for violating lebanese air space. meanwhile, syrian government helicopters continue to drop barrel bombs on aleppo, syria. hundreds have been killed in the city this month alone. >>> take a look at this, a volcano in el salvador shooting ash into the sky. this started to erupt on sunday. thousands of people who live near it, the
similar pick your on the side of the atlantic as well -- a similar picture. crocs --e on, francis constitutional court have given the green light to attacks rotted -- to a tax rise. tax hike the only facing france. 2014 will start with higher taxes on a whole bunch of products and services. it has gotten harsh criticism. hotel stays and consumer goods set to become more expensive from january 1 as new added taxes kick in. one sector especially apprehensive is the construction injury. the cost of renovating this paris flat, for many small entrepreneurs the fear is they will be undercut by rivals who don't officially declare their activity and so can offer lower prices. i can't compete with that. it is sure to hurt my turnover. >> is part of the intermediate which will rise to 10%. that will hit hotels and restaurants. the owner of this parisian ment has already seen a drop-off in customers. if we have to raise the prices even further, we will have even less working with currently do. >> shoppers in retail stores will feel the impact with the tax rate rising to 20%. so-called essent
and the fight for fairness globally. it is pope francis. he has had no problem calling out the wealthiest citizens of the world. the pope has denounced trickle down economics and warned of a new tyranny caused by the idolatry of money. some wealthy people, well, they're not too happy with the pope's comments. and they are on the attack. on monday, home depot founder and devout catholic ken langone told cnbc the catholic church is in danger of losing donations from the wealthiest folks. well, keep in mind the guy is worth $2.1 billion and is also a republican fundraiser. langone, well, he said a potential seven-figure donor is very concerned that the pope's statements criticizing market economies are exclusionary? they're concerned about that at that level of income? the donor reportedly is upset with the pope for attacking a culture of prosperity that leads some to become incapable of feeling compassion for the poor? really? compassion for the poor really dictates to people whether they're going to give or not. or is it maybe a tax incentive? the pope, let me state emphatically, i don't b
four firefighters. >> pope francis plans to travel to the middle east this spring here at the vatican announced he will travel to jordan tom the west bank, and israel. the triple commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic meeting between pope paul the six and that the spiritual leader of the world's orthodox christian. >> it could be his biggest role yet. steven seagal is considering a run for governor of arizona. he made the comment while talking about his new reality series. he serves as a reserve sheriff in arizona. he says idea running for -- he says he has other responsibilities that must come first. cold weto the extreme will have this week. tuesday will be the coldest we have had in a wild. what were you doing back then? steve was the number one movie, starring tom hanks. two monthser was away from being born. and steve rudin was in madison, wisconsin. >> i was. and they are dealing with really cold temperatures. the green bay game with the windchill factor well below zero. anywhere between 40 and 60 below. >> unbelievable. >> we are getting it easy. looking at the white
, along with pope francis and the reverend billy graham. as for the most admired women, hillary clinton came in first. she was followed by oprah, michelle obama, sarah palin, conderice and in laumalala. let's bring back our gaggle. katherine, i want to welcome you. this is your first time on "the daily rundown." what do you make of the most admired list? >> i was surprised pope francis wasn't higher and malala made the list. that's pretty impressive in terms of name recognition. >> malala is so stunning because she's so young and has inspired so many people. david, what stood out for you? >> i think obama's popularity given his very low approval ratings. it was surprising he did so well on this poll. >> i didn't hear miley cyrus's name. >> she was the one omission. all right. i want to get what you all thought was the biggest, most impactful story of 2013. >> i'll say the changeover at the vatican hugely influential. >> absolutely. david? >> the snowden leaks. the nsa wire tap story. >> continuing to reverberate and will do so. >> through next year as well. >> katherine, for you? >> i'd
francis, inspired by st. francis of assisi, known for his compassion for the poor. he even let this little boy, a stranger, steal the spotlight on stage. and then his chair. at summer's end americans suddenly learned we were on the brink of war. >> did the syrian government use chemical weapons against its own people? >> reporter: there was worldwide shock when these images were revealed, the children gasping for air. >> the united states should take military action. >> warships at the ready. >> reporter: russia stepping in, negotiating a deal with syria to give up its chemical weapons. 2 million syrian refugees. we met so many of the children waiting to go home. >> you're thinking about your father? it's okay, sweetie. >> reporter: a sudden breakthrough elsewhere. iran electing a new president who would travel to america and speak before the u.n. and speak on the phone with president obama. >> history was made today, diane. >> reporter: beginning to curb tehran's nuclear program in exchange for something else, easing those crippling economic sanctions we heard about in tehran. >> day to d
. francis it's $106 a head. and plenty of revelry in liquid form. >> it does include adult beverages. good stuff. top of the shelf. >> does not come with the room. we do have a few rooms available at westin.com. >> assuming guests might need it. >> exactly. >> maybe that is why they call it ringing in new year. from headaches. coming out live looking at the bay bridge to quote one bartender he said this is amateur note. be careful if you're on the road we don't want to be reporting on you, tomorrow. happy new year. >> yes. >> gooded g.advice, wayne, thank you. police will have officers on the streets tonight to make sure new year's eve celebrations remain peaceful. many bars and restaurants are hosting parties and police will keep an eye out for drink drivers. transit agencies are expanding service. muni offering free rides from 8:00 to 5:00 in the morning including cable cars. cal train is extending it's hours. and will will provide service to approximately 3:00 a.m . >> police departments in oakland and redwood city will be using a high tech tool tonight to stop a common new year's eve p
parade. today the vatican and pope francis began the new year by urging people to work for a world where everyone accepts each other's differences. speaking from a window overlooking a packed st. peter's square, francis also made a plea for peace saying "it would be good for us to stop on this road of violence." and the new year brought a pay raise for employees earning the minimum wage in 13 states. as of today, 21 states plus the district of columbia have a minimum wage that's higher than the federal minimum of $7.25 an hour. it is not in a social worker's job description to fix cars, but there's a very good reason why she is doing it. that's next. in one cold medicine. ever, advil congestion relief. it delivers a one-two punch at pain and sinus pressure with the power of advil and a nasal decongestant in a single pill. advil congestion relief. in a single pill. if yand you're talking toevere rheuyour rheumatologistike me, about trying or adding a biologic. this is humira, adalimumab. this is humira working to help relieve my pain. this is humira helping me through the twists and turns
national. welcome, everyone, i am melissa francis in for neil cavuto. bill de blasio laying out his agenda yesterday. >> those would see their taxes increase by an average of $973 per year. and that is less than $3 per day. about the cost of a small lot today at your local starbucks. melissa: liberals everywhere are looking to spread the new mayor's message. they want to join bill de blasio and tax the rich and redistribute elwell. sabrina schaeffer says this that could make the economy even worse. let's start with you. why do you think that? >> is funny. it's a new year and i want to try to be optimistic. melissa: good for you. >> but i don't want to be resentful to my neighbors might make more money. i'm tired of the class warfare. i want to see growth for all americans and that is something that seems to be eluding bill de blasio and many other democrats. >> it is definitely eluding our new mayor and it seems like others are embracing it. do you think it is spreading? >> i don't think it is, but the idea has been around forever. whenever things are bad, you are going against the big ceo
in ours before the u.s. target date for a final agreement. >> pope francis raising eye brow was comments, reports say the pope warned priests can become quote little monsters if not trained properly and warned against accepting men for priesthood who may have been implicated in sexual abuse say proing teches of the catholic faithful is most important. francis made the accidents during a closed door meeting in november. >> still to come on abc7 news at 4:00 a big legal battle over a tiny painting. who is the rightful owner of a renoir a woman claims to have purchased in a flea market for $7? i'll answer your questions live here, a little later. >> clouds in the sky but there is a change in this pattern coming our way. i'll have the accu-weather forecast coming up in just a moment. taking a look at traffic right now, it's moving well, what is noticeable is that thick haze in the sky. >>> talking about weather back east but powerful storms bashing the united kingdom and flooding seaside towns, wales and northern ireland are the hardest hit regions. those in belfast are being told they shoul
. >>> pope francis was doing what a lot of people are doing on new year's eve, apparently. calling around to old friends. work-related, of course. one of the calls was to the convent, home of the carmelite nuns of spain. the pope likes to cold call people. the risk is people are out and of course the nuns were all out on new year's eve, so the pope left a voice mail. [ beep ] [ speaking in foreign language ] >> that's a bit of what it sounded like. here's a translation. the pope said, quote, what are the nuns doing that they can't answer the phone? i am pope francis. i wish to greet you in this end of the year. i will see if i can call you later. may god bless you. >>> some of the haunting iron-clad remnants of world war ii are still buried throughout the countryside in europe. today a bomb went off at a construction site in germany. it had been dropped during the war and didn't go off. today it killed a construction worker and injured eight others when it was pierced by an excavator. allied bombers had pummelled that area durlg the warg because it housed heavy industry. in germany alone,
, two hurt, one seriously. >>> pope francis heading to the holy glounld. he announced yesterday he will head to israel, jordan in may. he will become the fourth pontiff to visit that region. the vatican is rejecting the thought that he will accept same-sex marriage for couples. he was quoted as saying on an educational level gay unions raise challenges for us today which for us are sometimes difficult to understand. i remember a case though where a sat little girl said my mother's friend doesn't love me. the vatican said pope francis's words were manipulated. >>> let's turn to the debate over the nsa. rand paul will file a class action lawsuit against the obama administration over the agency's spy program. paul is questioning the right to collect data for millions of americans from one single warrant. congressman peter king disagrees. >> rand paul does not know what he's talking about. rand paul is spreading fear among the american people. to me either he's totally uninformed or he's part of that hate america crowd that i thought left us in the 1960s. in any event, he doesn't deser
francis plans a pilgrimage of peace. >>> and all of those lights and all of those followers on social media may not be what they seem. a look at the price that some explain makes them popular. >>> another day of record warmth today across the area. but some changes on the way. coming up the forecast track of incoming high clouds and the one day we could be dodging a few light showers. safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to find big savings on the things you need. just make a straight line to safeway. your club card helps you keep your resolution to save money. now's a good time to pack your lunches. lean cuisine entrees are just $2.00. chobani yogurt is just a buck. resolutions kept. and charmin is $8.99 for the 20 double roll bonus pack. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >>> new york city fire crews are looking for the cause of a fire that sparked right in midtown manhattan. the man who died got trapped in a stairwell. he was identified as 27-year- old play wright daniel mcclong who was recently married. seven others were
new year's message and once again, francis went off script. i'll have what he said after the break. so ally bank really has no hidden fees on savings accounts? that's right, no hidden fees. it's just that i'm worried about, you know, "hidden things." ok, why's that? well uhhh... surprise!!! um... well, it's true. at ally there are no hidden fees. not one. that's nice. no hidden fees, no worries. ally bank. your money needs an ally. progressive direct and other car insurance companies? yes. but you're progressive, and they're them. yes. but they're here. yes. are you...? there? yes. no. are you them? i'm me. but those rates are for... them. so them are here. yes! you want to run through it again? no, i'm good. you got it? yes. rates for us and them -- now that's progressive. call or click today. >>> in utah, state officials are making their case to the u.s. supreme court and they want a decision fast, the state has filed an emergency appeal calling for the court to immediately block a federal ruling that awe loss same-sex couples to be legally married in the state. hundreds have
you back. >> thanks, victor. >> you bet. >>> pope francis has been known to cold-call the faithful, and it happened again, this time in spain. when francis called five nuns on new year's day, the sisters weren't home, so he left this voicemail. listen. experts say that is the pope's voice. he opened jokingly saying what are the nuns doing that they can't answer? he continued, i am pope francis. i wish to greet you in this end of the year. i will see if i can call you later. may god bless you. >> when the nuns got the message, they decided they'd wait for the pope to call back, probably a little embarrassed. sure enough, a few hours later, they say he did. >>> a coroner has issued a death certificate for a young girl in california who was declared brain dead, but jahi mcmath's family is working to transfer her to a new hospital, but they don't have much time. edroom in tallinn, estonia and the southbound bus barreling down i-95. ♪ this magic moment it is the story of where every great idea begins. and of those who believed they had the power to do more. dell is honored to be part
. >>> up next, pope francis is popular among american catholics for his frankness. why a cardinal in new york said he needed to defend the pope for some recent comments that angered many of the faithful. and the bay area doctors and nurses whose provided critical emergency help to typhoon victims. [ female announcer ] wherever morning brings you, bring the energy you need. nature valley soft-baked oatmeal squares. softly baked, made with hearty oatmeal and a drizzle of cinnamon. they're nature valley's take on a morning classic. because when you keep going, the morning can bring you to brand-new places. ♪ nature valley. nature at its most delicious. >> welcome back. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> carolyn, gusty offshore winds allowing for this shot. 25 to 35 miles an hour winds in the higher elevations of the north and east bay hills, allowing for temperatures to drop into the 20s in some spots. but while we have cold numbers in the valleys, look at half moon bay. 57 degrees. 52 in the city. it's 35 in redwood city.
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